List of conditions - Osteopath in Liverpool

Here is a non-exhaustive list of conditions you may have read about that are manageable in our practice, fully or as part of a multidisciplinary team. A range of treatment option is available including: Muscle energy technique, counterstrain, spinal manipulation (like chiropractors), myofascial release and deep tissue massage. Of course every patient is different and the treatment method used will include your own preferences.

If you do not already have a diagnosis, your osteopath will provide you with one along with all the informations relevant to your condition.

Sometimes patients just feel like their back is a bit "stuck" or stiff without any particular pain. This is usually relieved very efficiently with osteopathic treatment, providing that no contra-indication is present.

If you have a condition that is not on the list and would like more information on how/if we can help you, feel free to ask your osteopath in Liverpool in the contact section.

Low back conditions

Acute and chronic low back pain, sciatica, cruralgia (sciatica in the front), pain from disc bulging or disc herniation, pain from osteoarthritis.

Neck conditions

Acute and chronic neck pain, cervico-brachial neuralgia (like sciatica, but from the neck into the arm), thoracic outlet syndrome, pain from disc bulging or disc herniation, pain from osteoarthritis.

Shoulder conditions

subacromial impingement syndrome, biceps tendinitis/tendinosis, rotator cuff tenditinis/tendinosis, scapular dyskinesia.

Elbow conditions

Tennis elbow, golf elbow, cubital tunnel syndrome, radial tunnel syndrome, tricepital tendinitis/tendinosis.

Wrist conditions

De Quervain's tenosynovitis, extensor carpi ulnaris tendinitis/tendinosis, flexor carpi radialis tendinitis/tendinosis, carpal tunnel syndrome, Guyon's canal syndrome.

Hip/pelvis conditions

Groin pain, pain from osteoarthritis, meralgia paresthetica, piriformis syndrome, hip flexors muscle strain, gluteus medius tendinopathy, hamstring muscle strain, sacroiliac joint dysfunction.

Knee conditions

Knee osteoarthritis, patellar subluxation, patellofemoral pain syndrome, iliotibial band syndrome, patellar tendonitis.

Ankle/foot conditions

Ankle sprain, Morton's metatarsalgia,  peroneal tendinopathy, posterior tibial tendinopathy, Achilles tendinopathy, plantar fasciitis, tarsal tunnel syndrome.